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a Fashion Trend or Food as a Medicine

Edited by Miljana Z. Jovandaric

Clinical Center of Serbia

Veganism is a way of eating and living that avoids using animals and their products for food, clothing, and other purposes. Vegans do not consume meat, fish, seafood, eggs, honey, and dairy products, nor do they wear or carry items made of fur, wool, leather, and other materials of animal origin. Many vegans also avoid animal-tested products.

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Veganisma Fashion Trend or Food as a MedicineEdited by Miljana Z. Jovandaric

Published: March 31st 2021

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.78107

ISBN: 978-1-83962-849-8

Print ISBN: 978-1-83962-848-1

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83962-861-0

Copyright year: 2021

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1. The Increase of Amines Content in the Intake of a Vegan Diet

By Cristine Vanz Borges, Hector Gomez Gomez, Igor Otavio Minatel and Giuseppina Pace Pereira Lima


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2. Vegetarian or Vegan Diet: Stimulating or at Risk to Mental Health?

By Alie N.R. Meesters and Ybe Meesters


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3. Veganism: A New Approach to Health

By Miljana Z. Jovandaric


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4. Health Effects of Plant Foods and the Possibility of Reducing Health Risk

By Martina Valachovičová and Lucia Bírošová


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5. Vegetarianism and Veganism: Conflicts in Everyday Life

By Juliana Abonizio


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6. Plant Proteins as Healthy, Sustainable and Integrative Meat Alternates

By Satish Kumar, Vikas Kumar, Rakesh Sharma, Anna Aleena Paul, Priyanka Suthar and Rajni Saini


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7. Breeding Vegetables for Nutritional Security

By V. Rajasree and L. Pugalendhi


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